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By Todd Karpovich, For The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2013
St. Frances coach Nick Myles had some concerns about his team having a week off after earning a first-round bye as the top seed in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference playoffs. That type of layoff can potentially cause a team to lose some of its edge at the most crucial time of the season. The No. 1 Panthers, however, showed no ill effects against No. 5 John Carroll in Friday's semifinal and took control by forcing several early turnovers and converting a couple of clutch 3-pointers.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | February 14, 2013
At times this season, Archbishop Spalding's girls basketball team has gone away from its inside strength, but the No. 1 Cavaliers used their physical advantage with 5-foot-11 Camille Calhoun and 6-foot Jade Scaife to earn their fourth straight trip to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship. Calhoun scored eight of her 14 points in the first quarter and had 15 rebounds in the game, while Scaife finished with 17 points and five rebounds as the host Cavaliers won their semifinal Thursday, 61-52, over No. 5 Roland Park in a game that was much closer than the final score.
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By Josh Vitale, The Baltimore Sun | February 6, 2013
Archbishop Spalding athletic director Jeff Parsons has been looking for someone to permanently replace longtime football coach Mike Whittles, who died of pancreatic cancer in June. On Wednesday, Parsons announced that Kyle Schmitt, who coached at Atholton for the past four years, has been named the new coach of the Cavaliers. Schmitt, who played football at Maryland, compiled a 38-9 record and led the Raiders to playoff appearances in all four seasons. Atholton lost in the Class 3A East regional final in 2011 and 2012.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | February 3, 2013
Boys basketball practice at Archbishop Spalding on Saturday was more than just running drills, practicing jumpers and preparing for Sunday afternoon's game at St. Maria Goretti, a 58-56 loss for the Cavaliers. For fifth-year coach Derrick Lewis and the Cavaliers, it was a chance to learn about life and deal with the trying circumstances that came from an incident during Friday night's game at St. Frances. When the Cavaliers returned to their locker room at halftime, they found their belongings had been sorted through and some items were missing.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | February 2, 2013
An incident at St. Frances during Friday night's boys basketball game against Archbishop Spalding resulted in the game being suspended at halftime after the visiting Cavaliers alleged some electronic items were stolen from their locker room. “Two phones were missing and [Spalding coach] Derrick [Lewis] said his kids didn't want to play the second half,” St. Frances coach Nick Myles said on Saturday morning. St. Frances had a 17-15 lead going into halftime when the game was halted.
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By Mike Frainie, Special to The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2013
The smile on John Carroll coach Keith Watson's face was apparent. He had plenty of reason for wearing it, too. Watson's third-ranked Patriots used a dominant effort in the middle weights and five pins to defeat host Archbishop Spalding in the finals and win the Spalding Cavalier Duals. The Patriots went 5-0 in the tournament to take the crown. South River finished third in the tournament, defeating Loudon County High School from Northern Virginia, 52-9, in the third-place match.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | January 18, 2013
After falling to No. 1 Archbishop Spalding by 19 points last month, the No. 3 McDonogh girls basketball players knew to avenge that loss, they had to successfully battle the powerful Cavaliers in the paint. In Friday night's rematch, Brianna Jacobs set the tone with eight rebounds in the first quarter and Jamiera Johnson scored the game-winning layup on a feed from Danielle Edwards with 10 seconds left to give the host Eagles a 41-40 upset and deal the Cavaliers their first loss of the season.
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By Todd Karpovich and For The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2013
With her team clinging to a four-point lead and an undefeated season hanging in the balance, Archbishop Spalding's Jade Scaife muscled her way through a pack of St. Frances defenders and made a layup to provide some cushion. Scaife then grabbed a defensive rebound on the next possession and fired an outlet pass that led to another layup by Torri Chestnut. Those crucial plays helped the No. 1 Cavaliers escape with a 64-54 victory over the No. 7 Panthers on Wednesday night. Spalding improved to 15-0 on the season and sits atop the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference.
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From Sun staff reports | December 30, 2012
Charlie Jones scored 22 points for the second straight game to lead No. 2 Mount St. Joseph over Charlotte Christian (N.C.), 77-57, in the championship of the Piggly Wiggly Roundball Classic in Charleston, S.C., on Saturday. He scored 22 in a 66-60 win over Porter-Gaud (S.C.) on Friday. The Gaels (14-2) used speed and tough defense to beat the Knights. Phil Booth had 18 points, and Ohio State-bound Kameron Williams added 16. Charlotte's Patrick Rooks had a game-high 25 points.
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By Tom Worgo, Baltimore Sun Media Group | December 29, 2012
Although Archbishop Spalding hadn't wrestled in the Mount Mat Madness since 2006, the Cavaliers made the most of their return to the prestigious tournament by producing a pair of individual champions and one runner-up on the way to the team title Saturday night at UMBC. Spalding finished with 172.5 points, ahead of second-place Georgetown Prep (146.5) and third-place Urbana (141.5). The Cavaliers are the first Baltimore-area school since McDonogh in 2008 to win the 26-team event - which included teams from four states.
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